3 simple letters can either make people shrink back in fear or excitedly pick up their hammer or glue gun.
Whether you are a DIY expert, or a DIY rookie, everyone loves to save a little energy (and money). So, with some help from Energy.gov, here are a few DIY projects for every experience level DIY-er that will help you save money all year long.
This is a DIY craft that can easily be done at home with your kids. Though we think of draft blockers mostly being used in the winter, they can also be helpful to save money during those warm summer months as you work to keep the hot and humid air outside. Check out directions in this blog post.
If you hot water heater is warm to the touch, it can benefit from insulation. Check out these directions from Energy.gov for how to get started on this project
This is a good project for those who are not in the market for all new windows. Energy.gov states, “In fact, low-emissivity (low-e) storm windows can lower your utility bill just as much as replacing an entire window.” Click here for directions.
Even if you don’t want to get your hands dirty at all, there are still things you can easily do at home to help save money on utility bills:
For more information about saving money and energy, contact us at Flame Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, and Electrical!